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the back you had that something is going to happen. >> a small crowd cannot look away. >> pretty intense, for everyone's safety. >> this man, 39-year-old michael putnam. deputies say you bet on the run for attempted murder after he allegedly shot a woman at hudson last week. >> when somebody tells us that they that they going to shoot it out with law-enforcement, that they are going to die first, it is a very intense situation. >> the motel was evacuated. this standoff would last several tens hours, emotions running high. >> at one time he was actually sobbing on the phone, at other times he was saying bring it. >> the stalemate ended after the the use of tear teargas.
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type of ties in his threatening law enforcement and will kill a law enforcement officer before he goes back to jail obviously creates a very, very dangerous situation. >> one that ended with cheers from the crowd. [applause] > and no serious injuries. >> i am happy this situation ended without the guy having to die. >>reporter: deputies heard he smoked methamphetamine last night another reason they were on their toes today. they also heard he may have shot off a shotgun round last reported. bottom line he is in jail tonight and off the streets. we are alive and new port richey. >>anchor: a witch hunt, sham, circus. those of you with the phrases during an emergency hillsboro transportation meeting this morning. at state the future of executive director.e came under fire after an email partnership with him and members of the taxi and limo association.
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regulations and is the target of a witch hunt. but the chairman who called this meeting accused him of only caring about the interest of taxis and limo drivers. that motion field after a very heated debate. the board did in agreed to have an independent investigation. i welcome it and i can say to you enough i don't know how transparent to be. i issued thousands if anything, i am guilty, i am guilty of being overly transparent. >> board member frank reddick accused him of trying to out cochran. chris says he was just being prepared in accused of the board members of not fully understanding the problem. and over driver dies after
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it happened in the 2300 block of fort street saturday morning. up a campaign rally in sanford about an hour ago. the crowd was so large... were both taken to a hospital with serious injuries. he died today from those injuries. investigators say he picked up a passenger and made and when he did he pull directly in front of a ford mustang. the driver and passenger of the car were also hurt.>> fresh off a rally in tampa, donald trump continues his tour the sunshine state today. he wrapped up a rally in stanford about an hour ago. it was so large it had to get moved out of the airport hangar.ight after that, donald trump highlighted the importance of winning florida. he also attacked obamacare after they announced their premiums would go up.
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going to ask congress to put the bill on my desk getting rid of this disastrous law and replacing it with reforms that expand choice, freedom, affordability. you are going to have such great health care at a tiny fraction of the cost. >> trump says to get more choice, he hasn't mentioned specifics about how that will happen. before speaking in tampa, hillary clinton rally to voters. early voting is under way in most of the state. clinton told most of the crowd that together. she wasted no time going after trump. >> on january 20, the first thing the president does is to take it out to preserve, protect and defend the constitution, and i have serious doubts about whether donald trump even understands what's that mean. >> today clinton maintained another major endorsement. former secretary state: powell told a business luncheon in long island, new york that he is voting for hillary clinton
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hillary clinton will campaign in tampa tomorrow. the rally is set for 2:45 pm the gates open at 12:15 pm if you have to attend you have to our respect be what is the advantage in early voting? >> and malin voting you have republicans with a slight advantage over democrats. they are bullish with return so far particularly in southwest florida. the democrats are very excited. yes, malin voting republicans may have slight advantage, but they have narrowed it significantly and significantly they have from where we were four years ago.
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where do the candidates democrats are excited about the progress they have made. overall, the election is started already across the nation. you have more than 5.3 million votes in a been cast all across the nation and if you look at some of the battleground states, like north carolina, you have early voting where democrats are outpac potential for some very interesting results in a couple weeks. >> we did candidates stand right now the polls? >> and aaverage of polls, it is hillary clinton up about five points. and no candidate has been up by five points in the modern era and wound up losing a national race. with that, democrats are now eyeing the house and senate races looking beyond the white house. donald trump said he may be up in those coals and there may be
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donald trump or show that he he is neck and neck with hillary clinton. those polls may be outliers, flood, or they could be an indication that other polls are wrong. and the polls have been wrong in the past. that is what donald trump has been hoping for. maybe we have a brexit situation where the polls have increased ordering cases like eric cantor having lost.oll showed that he was way up. with this donald trump is holding out hope that most of polls may be wrong. we will come up with potential about the polls being wrong and could those outlined polls. >>anchor: it has been an officials estimate that the stolen phones were worth a cool 6-point-7 ?million new at 5 pm, they busted an iphone theft ring. a people facing charges after investigators say they stole from 23,000 iphones.
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tractor-trailer in used fake id to steal the smartphones. investigators say they had the phones in a storage unit as they sold them, sometimes dozens of them at the time. they were worth more than $6.7 million. samsung may be facing another exploding phone problem. this time with the galaxy s7 edge. a uses says he exchanged the he said he got the galaxy edge as a replacement. it expled normal use. samsung hasn't responded yet to this report.>> the florida department of law enforcement want to advise you if you see something, say something. they want you to tell police if you see suspicious activity. during a press conference they unveiled a new kit to be used by citizens and businesses for public safety. they say many crimes is stopped at a time simply because a resident informs law enforcement to potential illegal activity, but the
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other vital part of this campaign. historically, following a terrorist attack we always find that one person saw something or heard something yet didn't tell anyone.> many gas stations will display stickers with the phone number to remind floridians to report suspicious activity. they say anything that is heard that is not normal should contact their hotline. >> better safe than sorry in the case. volkswagen has to pay settlement. a federal judge approved the settlement today. it's the largest ever. now some 475,000 volkswagen and audie owners can sell their cars back to volkswagen.n addition, they can get between five and $10,000 in compensation. you may remember they admitted to cheating on admissions ptests. >> hundreds of fans will cheer
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they will cheer on the cubs. they were offering food and drink specials and say they want to pay tribute to madden. during the off-season, he spends hours as they prepare for food for the day. >> joe grew up in the kitchen and grew up cooking, he is always eager to compare notes with us, how are you doing that, is that the way you do it? and a lot of his influence comes out of food as well. >> in fact, they will be serving pizzas which are his favorite. game one of the world series is in cleveland tonight. you can see it on fox 13. coverage begins at 7:30 pm first pitch is scheduled for out p.m. an incident at theat a school. it causes it naacp leading for an investigation. >> waiting to hear after a man >> waiting to hear after a man falls out of his car at a strip
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the taliban. i was asked to form a global coalition to counter isil. when someone makes the comment that they know more about the islamic state or isil than do the generals, it implies a complete ignorance of the reality. but i believe secretary clinton really understands the threat that the islamic state poses to the united states and to the american people. and i believe she understands how to wield american power to ultimately defeat this threat and to keep us safe. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i'm hillary clinton amendment 1 protects consumers from scams, and is endorsed by florida's firefighters. so, why are out-of-state billionaires attacking it? because amendment 1 stops their subsidies. amendment 1 ensures that if you don't choose solar, you don't have to pay for those who do. amendment 1 blocks special subsidies for special interests. it's solar done right. vote yes on amendment 1. i moved on her like a [bleep].
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on. no we don't. marco rubio stands by trump and failed to show up for florida. here's what i believe in. bringing people together and reaching across the aisle to get things done. protecting social security. and building an economy that works for all of us. i'm patrick murphy and i approved this message
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a homeowner gets a potentially deadly wake up call... a truck crashing through the wall. investigators say the truck's driver had fallen out an have been a long night at an potentially deadly wake up call. our truck crashing through the wall. investigators say the truck driver has fallen out. after what appears to be a long night at in orlando's club. this is in a story you can make up. >>anchor 2: truth is stranger than fiction. >> a nightmare came tonight after our truck ran into barbara hernandez's porch.
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side of the wall. >> it sound like a bomb when i got here. >> investigators say it was 2 am. he was leaving a strip club across the street when he fell out of the truck and it ran them over. >> the truck passed over his legs and went through a ditch and ran through here. >> adrian's mom did not escape unhurt. >> she fell out of the bed and i had to hospital. >> troopers say he flood on foot he didn't even take his keys. >> he left the strip club and that break the window of the truck. it was still going forward. >> troopers went to the drivers home. adrian is begging for everyone's help. >> if you see that guy, please turn him into authority to do the right thing.
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crash. they are going to release it in anyone with information about the driver, florida highway patrol would like to hear from him. i can only imagine why. we have superduper weekend and now i can feel it warm up a little bit. >>weather: it is. but nothing like last year. last year the high temperature at halloween was 89 degrees. the warmest on record. a lot of melting's take a look outside here. there is a lot of high clouds which kind of role across the jetstream. in the sometime it is up in canada. the jetstream gets closer and you get a lot of high serous clouds which made a halo around
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80, which is still two degrees below average. one of the rare times you've had four days in a row with temperatures below average. it wasn't because of clouds and rain, it was because the cooler air mass coming in on the backside. a cold front and highs include the 80s in tampa, 82 new port richey, 83 in bradington. it it was filtered by some high clouds. you can expect it to be dimmed by high serous and we had a great sunrise this morning.
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sharing those photos on my facebook page. it should be a nice sunset tonight with high clouds across the gulf. temperatures right now not bad. this time of the year, it is actually away from the water it is actually warmer in tallahassee. in fact, right now the states warmest spot is tallahassee, 85 degrees. 80 in tampa. one degree cooler in orlando. in marathon it 75 degrees. the dew points are still fairly low. in the 50s and low 60s and the wind today has been generally light, occasionally coming in from the i don't see any major change day by day. a little bit. you can see temperatures fluctuate a little bit, but high pressure will dominate in the southeast for this foreseeable future.n fact, we can go into early november, we will stay rain free. temperatures will fluctuate day by day with mostly in east by north police went. another cold front could had our way, maybe drop our night
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early next week, but i do not see any way it will rain anytime soon. dew point 60, east on east wind. around the country, you have some filtered sunshine across our stae. you have some rain across the plane states. some clouds increasing. a little snow coming into upstate new york, vermont and new hampshire. don't forget we have game one of the world series. here is the outlook by cleveland. it will chilly. temperature 48 degrees. falling temperatures assuming that last pitch is around midnight to 1 am. long night in cleveland. we will have that game right here in fox 13. it should be a good one. more sunshine tomorrow with some high clouds and very pleasant. back into the mid-80s and the outlook for thursday is the sunshine and still pleasant around 85.f your boating,
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next hide is a low tide at 5:46 pm and your seven day forecast is rain free. mid-80s every day. nighttime temperature in the mid-60s and about 84 degrees on your halloween. hurricane matthew roared up the east coast of florida and now we're getting a handle on the damage it did. we will tell you all about this at 6 pm. we are going to tell you about the selfie that could land justin timberlake in you at 6 pm.
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the cost of obamacare is going up... its been predicted for months... and now its official from the administration. but does that always mean bigger bills for consumers? care is going up and it and now it is official from the administration. for you. >> the cost of healthcare under the affordable care act is expected to rise 22?5 percent in 2017. but federal subsidies will increase. they are supposed to increase along with your attic costs. the government in defense of the move says 77 percent of people should still be able to
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benefits and take advantage of all the subsidies. for those of you have coverage, you can save money by switching to the lowest cost plan that you have already selected. by the way, the exchange under restraints because insurers pulled out so that means one in five only has one company as an option. >>anchor 1: that's a lot of changes in a short period of time. also today "consumer reports" released a survey. we all want to you that so if you're driving one of those cars. let's give you that list right now. the fourth year in the row lexis and number one, number two toyota and buick becomes the first american automaker to crack the top three. audi and kia they wound up in the top five.
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brands including dodge in fear. tesla also scored pretty low with models coming in low. >> fisher-price. fisher-price pleading to change up the packaging. >> the packaging and the audio on it, you know how they will talk to you, it is an suv with a mom character and time for yoga and one mom put it on facebook that that is sexist. fisher-price center a direct message that they could have done a better job and they will focus on the issue in the future. and they thanked her for seeing the toy through consumers like. in that post, by the way, she wrote " it's 2016 people. fisher-price needs to show people working all types of fields " one friend joe to do they have car seats in starbucks?
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>> i like the fact that she went on to say that but i like the company's response as well. they admitted it. >> one other thing i wanted to mention, when you think shack do you think donuts? you think healthy athlete. well guess what? he is getting to the krispy kreme business. basketball legend shaquille pay fordonuts just got more delicious. >> are right. you always come up with some interesting stuff. student's neck and tightening it. coming up... why their punishment has the n-double-a- c-p calling for a federal investigation.
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of punching a disabled 16-year- old girl at a movie theater. find out what set him off. old girl at a movie theater. find out what set him off. when powerful people need someone to do their dirty work, they hire bob buesing. how far will he go? buesing fought to foreclose assisted-living retirement homes, threatening local seniors with homelessness. then, buesing defended wells fargo against charges of helping a ponzi-schemer swindle millions. buesing's firm was even accused of overbilling local schools , running fees up to seventy thousand dollars. how far will bob buesing go? that's up to you. as a federal prosecutor, i've spent my career prosecuting criminals and fighting for the rights of victims. i want to make the state attorney's office a model for criminal justice. i'll prioritize violent crime and be tough on murderers, gangs, and anyone who commits domestic abuse or sexual assault. and i'll make the system fair by working with police to wear body cameras
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ren. as state attorney, i'll make our county safer for our families. our children, they look up to us. what we value, how we treat others. and now they're looking to see what kind of leaders we choose. who we'll entrust our country and their future to. will it be the one respected around the world, or the one who frightens our allies and emboldens our enemies? e one who is unprepared for them? a steady hand? or a loose cannon? common sense and unity, or drama and division? a woman who's spent her life helping children and families, or a man who's spent his life helping himself? our children are looking to us. what example will we set?
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. new at five... a man's in jail accused of punching a disabled girl in the face. it happened at a movie theater. every scary moment of the
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punching a disabled girl in the face. it happened in a movie theater. every scary moment was caught on camera. >> flagler county deputies were called to this movie theater friday night after they got this 9-1-1 call. >> a man just -- >> natalie mcintosh was a church friday night when she got a call from one of her five children who is at a movie thea 16-year-old girl was hurt. >> she punched in the face. according to both sides there's been ongoing tension between macintosh and the 13-year-old
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suspended from school after scuffle on friday. the two ran into each other at the movie theater friday night, an argument turned into fists flying. but it was in the girl throwing punches. deputies say cj nelson punched macintoshes 16-year-old daughter. >> why daughter cannot see. so she couldn't tell if he was going to hit her. he just sucked punched a child that was a blind. >> she's badly bruised tailbone and her lip was curled in. >> nelson was arrested and bonded home. he said he was acting in self-defense and had no idea who is sitting. >> she approached me with her hands up and i stood back and hit.hat was i supposed to do? somebody hit me first? or kill me? it was self-defense. >> he said he thought she might've had a weapon. deputies say they looked at cell phone video taken by witness. video they will not release to the media. deputy say it shows him pursuing them.
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punched the child who happens to be disabled knocking her to the ground. >> both sides can't believe the fight between 213-year-old girls came to this.> i apologize to the family, but i did self-defense. >> i will have to give this because i am grounded in my faith, but right now i am so angry, hurt, angry. i am very angry. very angry. >> kelly >>anchor 1: nelson is scheduled to be in court again on november 21 two face child abuse and. >> the organization said the school failed to follow their own policies after white
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student. they have not had been expelled. members of the naacp also says the school failed to report the incident to local law enforcement. >> we are calling on rural investigators to view this as a racial hate crime. no child should be in fear of going to school.o child should be walking down the hall, going to a locker room and be accosted with a noose around their neck. >> the end victim's mother they couldn't tell her about disciplinary actions because of privacy law. >> the fight against the spread of zika in florida is getting a major boost. today the pfizer foundation donated $81 billion to help zika -- that includes preventing kits for residents in miami-dade county. >> we are days away from the
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no clowns. no classes here. this halloween, some people are turning to social media. you have to have a plan. the app next-door to digitally mark their homes is open for business for trick-or-treaters. she shows us how it works. >> it's a night pint-size princesses, goblins and ghouls on a craze quest for candy. south tampa's prospect road is an annual hotspot. >> it's packed. >> they say they are ready. >> my son and i went this year and bought $200 worth of candy, and we thought that was enough. >> but not every neighborhood promises the same punch as
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the social networking neighbor app next-door is promising to change that by linking neighbors together for the holiday. they put together an interactive map about who is dishing out candy on the night. >> it is the online equivalent to turning on your front porch light. >> next-door app whether not they will be participating. if they are, their address is adorned with a candy corn icon. they only allow you to see the areas around your address. generally it 750 household radius and next-door promises this is a safe way for kids to collect candy. >> it is a private website so to join you have to verify your address and the tree map is only accessible to people who have verified their address and it is only shared with people in your neighborhood.
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is looking beer, parents can map out an alternate route. a tradition they say is too precious to pass up. >> it's great experience, memory for kids, growing up you get those kinds of experiences, you picked carry those through well into adulthood and you remember back to when you a kid. >> in tampa, anjuli davis. on every other night of the year, it'message board for neighbors. for more information you can head to our website >> more than 4000 expect participants are expected. the an kicks of 8 am. louis murphy dropped by to fox news at noon today. murphy lost his mother to breast cancer before she ever had a chance to see his score a touchdown in the nfl. >> seeing your mom go through the chemo treatments and the main thing that i remember is always being by her side and
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continue to keep fighting. just staying positive, positive energy. it was tough. >> the first 500 people who register for the race will get even closer to the action as they will have the opportunity to be part of non- field half-time experience on sunday. you have until tomorrow to register online. and i posted a link on my facebook page. >> football is a way of as a federal prosecutor, i've spent my career prosecuting criminals and fighting for the rights of victims. i want to make the state attorney's office a model for criminal justice. i'll prioritize violent crime
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and i'll make the system fair by working with police to wear body cameras and using dna to put criminals behind bars, not innocent people. i'm andrew warren.
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i moved on her like a [bleep]. you can do anything. grab them by the [bleep] we have to make sure that donald wins this election. no we don't. marco rubio stands by trump and failed to show up for florida. bringing people together and reaching across the aisle to get things done. protecting social security. and building an economy that works for all of us. i'm patrick murphy and i approved this message because i'll be a senator who always works for you. alarming results from a new study suggest... young kids who play football may be getting hurt worse than we first thought. doctors say they want to expand the study
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about long-term impacts of that young kids who play football may be getting hurt even worse than we thought. doctors say they want to expand that study now based on their results. they are hoping to learn the long-term impacts of brain injury. >> it is monday night practice for the brooklyn and as always bill sullivan reminds his team to be tough but careful when they are on the field. >> the level of contact we have and practices tends to be relatively low. we teach them to keep the head out of it to try to keep any
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a very minimum. >> new research suggests young athletes are getting hurt worst than than we thought. with injuries visibly impacting children's brain after only one season of football.octor yvonne louis is a neuroradiologist. >> it's see differences between nonathletes and athletes. >> in the study, 25 boys between eight and 13-year-old got mris before and after one football seasons. doctors discovered changes what they call white matter are insulated neurons that help the brain communicate with the rest of the body. >> i think right now what they have shown is that they can see micro structural changes.ith the meaning of that is still not known. >> there's a lot the medical
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head trauma, mostly attention has been putting on the nfl and its roughly 2000 players. but what about the three and half million kids a plague? >> the developing brain is particularly susceptible to different kinds injuries. >> careful, yes, scared to play? >> what i tell parents is keep things in perspective. this risks and anything you do. statistically the child is more likely to get hurt riding his bike then he is a practice. >> now researchers want to
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an unlocked front door -- gives two crooks access into a rockledge home. the two suspects -- begin their stealing-spree all while two teens were sleeping on the living room couch. and it's all caught on camera! door gets to crooks axis ii home. the two suspects begin teens are caught on camera. in this heart stopping video, you see one suspect sneaking through the front door looking through a desk and snatching a cell phone. he passes that phone of the door and then he starts rummaging next to of the team. things got even scarier when he took a closer look at the pistol carried by another suspect. >> i was totally shocked.
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our neighborhood since 1992. >> the two made off with smartphones. the family said they will be upgrading the video and security system. >> that's crazy. teenagers sleep hard, but. >> this one is pretty hefty. these kids in anchorage got the day off of school. you know it's kind of heavy if they got the day off of school in anchorage. >> in october. >> it looks fun. >> they made snow >> that looks fun for me for about three days. >>weather: that looks like three hours, three days. >> the thing about snow it's pretty but day two and day three it gets dirty and then you got the salt mixed in. but for them it was fun.
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>> our weather is perfect. >weather: i posted that seven days on my facebook page and the response all around the country is pretty impressive. here is the look outside. high clouds coming in again from the gulf which should have, if the clouds don't get too thick, sometimes they get thick and the sunset is disappointing, but it looks like it should be a bit to the west of we are rapidly losing daylight. the shortest day of the year is the first day of winter, 10 hours in 22 minutes today. 11 hours and 14 minutes and that is why it gets cooler, it's a combination of less daylight during the day. it's not about the earth being closer to the sun or father away from the sun in the
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relationship to the sun. we are tilted away. it is not the distance between the earth and the sun that cool us off. 11 hours and 14 minutes today. 10 hours and 51 minutes by november 10. by 1 december 10 hours and 29 minutes and after the first of the year, we rapidly gain daylight especially in the low latitudes. the high today 80 degrees. the average high is 82.he morning low as 64 degrees. four days in a row with below average temperatures. all we have today's lower clouds moving in from east to west. 80 in tampa, 81 in lakeland, 80 in wauchula. st. pete is 78 degrees. the dew points are still pretty nice. this is not like it was this weekend. we had two points in the 40s and 50s.e have two points and low 60s, but still if you are outside it is really nice. it will continue this way
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at eight. we had a nice halo. the ice crystals bending and reflecting light from the sun. ain across the plains. it will be dry tonight in cleveland for game one of the world series, but chilly. hicago 53, new york 53, raleigh at 65, columbia tonight we stayed we are down to 66. sunshine tomorrow. some occasional high clouds. we will up temperatures. we'll stay in the mid-80s on
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look long range, i can say with a good level confidence, i do not see any rain between now and maybe november 3 or fourth if not longer than that. it will be dry and crispy outside. halloween should be dry and sunny with temperatures in mid-80s. one thing we know for sure there will not be a tie tonight. it be the cubs are indians that will put this long-suffering ending to their fans. the world series has all the ingredients be one of the best in the history of baseball. fox's coverage begins an electric atmosphere in cleveland. both teams have been waiting decades for the chance. this is a six trip to the series for cleveland. the last appearance in 1997. they have in one since 1948. for the cubs this is their 17th. the first since 1945. both teams have won two titles apiece. the difference could come down to joe matted. he is faced terry francona twice and the postseason. but joe is too humble to think that the managers can decide the outcome.
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not about me or tito. this game is always about players. if your guys play that are than your guys, you win. that's when it comes down to. you attempt to prepare your people, don't complicate things, try to put them in the position to be successful and look for good results. >> again, this is the series you do not want to miss. our coverage begins tonight at 7:30 pm. game one gets them underway in cleveland. game two in cleveland. then it shifts to chicago over the weekend. possibly field if it goes five games. toronto son returns home since agreeing to make his permanent home. the maple leafs made it great effort to sign with them this past off-season, but no dice. damn coast is expecting to hear a ton of booze. but he made his choice. also off to a hot start winning four of the first games. this is all about hockey
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it was going to be a news. i know was tough because it weighed on him. as much as we were sitting here it's just white noise, for sure it had an impact on him. you can see this year coming in he comes out of canada and it's all about hockey doing with his designing to do, keeping fans on their collected seats. that is in homestead in florida. the field of eligible drivers who will be whittling down to four, sue. one will walk away with this trophy. this is a sprint cup series championship trophy. this is the one that kurt busch one last year. it is made by tiffany and company jewelers.
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fox 13 to so we could bask in its glory. just listen to the specs. >> this trophy is 27 pounds of sterling silver, it's 24 inches tall, takes formants create and all of these checkerboard patterns that yo etched and they take about 80 man hours to do that alone. it is really pretty incredible it is really pretty incredible piece of when powerful people need someone to do their dirty work, they hire bob buesing. how far will he go? buesing fought to foreclose assisted-living retirement homes, threatening local seniors with homelessness.
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a ponzi-schemer swindle millions. buesing's firm was even accused of overbilling local schools , running fees up to seventy thousand dollars. now, buesing's running for senate. how far will bob buesing go? that's up to you. robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing
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proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i fought for. so, i'm voting for hillary clinton. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i've been thinking... this might be the one thing in the world you pull apart to come together. new papa john's cinnamon pull-aparts covered with cinnamon crumble and sweet cream cheese icing. try our new cinnamon pull-aparts for just 6 bucks.
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stocks closed >> stocks would down on wall street. several companies with bad results. the nasdaq was down by 26 in the s&p went by eight. >> phil collins talks about his life as an extra with the access hollywood. >> well he was an extra in the beatles film a hard days night. that close encounter was a highlight, but in his new book not dead yet's collins relieved feels he had a sour experience when he had a special request for paul mccartney. >> tell me about the story you went to get a book signed by
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this. >> we are going to tell it anyway. it all happened while i huge professed was performing. >> i met paul before, i played with them before, but he was a little difficult when i asked him. i and i wanted him to sign it. >> according to phil, mccartney was with his second wife and said condescendingly he said oh, heather, i will little phil is a beatles fan. >> these the type of things i take offense to, but we've been in touch, i really do not want to make a big deal of it. it is something that should and will blow over. >> we will see about that.
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memoir not dead yet which candidly chronicles the high and lows of his life, warts and all, his three marriages, the drinking and the fame. we are looking forward to his new album in a come back to work. >> the whole thing with paul mccartney not blown over either. you can watch access hollywood right here live. we have mark. >>anchor 1: it's been quite a battle between taxi drivers and ridesharing services. attic commissi decision about those ridesharing services in the community. it was called a witch hunt in a pcircus. we are going to tell you why it
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time." sparks fly at a transportation meeting in hillsborough county... all over ride sharing services. this is an orchestrated circus that goes back quite some time. >> sparks fly after a meeting override sharing services. >> i can't see my husband's body because this is cause. >> a deadly crash and the man who investigators went to rehab and of the city. upset family members and
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